Jason Kidd has made two things clear this offseason: a) he'd like to play for the Dallas Mavericks again next season, b) he'd like to do that with Deron Williams.
Now it's become even more clear how serious Kidd's desire to play with Williams is. Kidd, knocking on 40 years old and toward the end of his NBA playing days, believes he and Williams would do well playing off each other. So it's not just the Mavs that Kidd is willing to sign with this offseason. It's the Nets, too.
This, from the Twitosphere:
Jason Kidd said he would be fine returning to play for the #Mavs with just a one-year contract.— Dwain Price (@DwainPrice) June 18, 2012
Asked J Kidd about free agency, he said its early but brought up two teams -- Mavs and Nets. On Nets, re-signing Deron "is the key."— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) June 18, 2012
J Kidd - "My days of playing 38 minutes are over. ...me and Deron can play off each other."— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) June 18, 2012
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